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Organic Reactions and Processes Gordon Research Conference

Bryant University, Smithfield, RI United States

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17 July 2022 - 22 July 2022

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Almac Sciences is delighted to be attending and presenting at Organic Reactions and Processes Gordon Research Conference between 17th-22nd July 2022, at Bryant University, Smithfield, RI United States .

Join our speaker, Megan Smyth, as she discusses- ‘Technology solutions to unlock access to challenging reactions on scale’. We are looking forward to meeting with you and discussing your needs.

About Organic Reactions and Processes Gordon Research Conference

The 2022 Organic Reactions and Process GRC, the 67th meeting of one of the longest running annual conferences, will be held at Bryant University, Smithfield, RI. It will focus on topics in the development of novel organic synthetic methodology, study of reaction mechanisms, catalysis and their application in solving current real-world problems. Continuing the longstanding tradition, this conference brings together a diverse group of exceptional speakers and attendees representing both academia and industry.

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  • Megan Smyth
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    Megan Smyth

    Team Leader
    Custom and Flow Chemistry, Almac Sciences

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Megan Smyth

Megan Smyth

Team Leader
Custom and Flow Chemistry, Almac Sciences

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As Team Leader, Megan leads multiple custom synthesis projects developing processes from gram to tonne manufacture and is responsible for technology transfer and process scale-up with additional experience in bioprocessing. Megan has been responsible for the implementation of continuous flow at Almac Sciences, additionally leading multiple academic collaborations and has eight peer-reviewed flow publications in the last two years.

Megan graduated from The Queen’s University of Belfast with a 1st Class MSci (Hons) in Chemistry in 2012 before returning to gain a Ph.D. in 2016. In 2022, Megan completed an MBA (with distinction) at the University of Aberdeen.

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